Angelina Ballerina tells the timeless tales of a remarkable mouse who dreams of becoming a prima ballerina.
Headstrong, passionate and feisty, she is a character children of all ages will relate to.
This DVD contains two Angelina Ballerina titles: Show and Tell and Angelina's Surprise.
The kids got to this before i did and have watched it over and over.
I love the fact that there is more than one show on the disk and that means i can set a number of shows for the kids to watch instead of them watching the whole disk in one sitting.
I especially love the fact that most of the story lines have "real life" situations in them like the story of the new baby (i have been on the receiving end of this and really didn't like it much).
Angelina tells things like this in such a way that younger children can relate and understand. I nearly cried when she lost her rabbit as i lost a very special toy when i was younger.
This is also a great Saturday morning snuggling in bed DVD for the kids. It is also a great gift idea for any little girls from about 6 months old up to about 10 years. At 11 my oldest still loves curling up with her sisters and watching it. I would be highly disappointed if Roadshow stopped selling this great series.
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